Alice (DC) (02)
Real Name: Elizabeth Kane
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Elizabeth Kane was daughter of Jacob and Gabi Kane, and the twin sister of Katherine Kane. Originally from Gotham City, the family moved to Brussels, Belgium, when Colonel Jacob Kane was transferred to NATO.
In Brussels, the Kane family became the victim of a terrorist kidnapping. Gabi, Elizabeth and Katherine were abducted, their chaperone Sergeant Carol was killed. Though Colonel Kane led the rescue mission, Katherine was the only apparent survivor. Gabi was shot through the head, and Elizabeth also seemingly lost her life.
Elizabeth survived, but was mentally broken. Now part of the Religion of Crime, she styled herself Alice, after the main character in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. She would only speak in quotes from that book. She quickly rose to power within the Religion of Crime, and was hard on her way of becoming the new High Priestess of Gotham City.
Pursuant to this, she kidnapped Colonel Kane, hoping his access to Fort Richards will allow her to acquire toxic gas. Colonel Kane recognizes her as his long-lost daughter, but is too dumbstruck to do anything. In the ensuing fight with Batwoman, her sister Kate, she falls out of the plane after refusing to take Kate's hand.
Though she fell in the river, her body was never found and it is uncertain whether she survived or not however a panel showing her head slightly above water may hint of her surviving the fall to fight another time.
Sister to Katherine Kane, Batwoman.
First Appearance: Detective Comics (1937) #854
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Annual 02 Batwoman (2017)
- 'Medieval Times'#19
- 'This Blood is Thick, Part Two: Wounds'#20
- 'This Blood is Thick, Part Three: Cells'#27
- 'Webs Part Two: In The Blood'#35
- 'Mystery in Space'#36
- 'How the Hell Did We Get Here? Part One'#37
- 'Muddying the Waters'#38
- 'Tattered Memories or How in the Hell We Get Here? Part Three'#39
- 'Alice, Sweet Alice'#40
- 'Nocturne in Red'
#7 Batwoman: Futures End (2014)
- 'Fear and Loathing Part One: Trippin' Bats'
Detective Comics (1937)
- 'Batwoman: Elegy The Deluxe Edition'TPB
- 'Batwoman: Elegy'TPB
- 'Batwoman by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III'#854
- 'Agitato; Pipeline, Chapter One/Part One'#855
- 'Misterioso; Pipeline, Chapter One/Part Two'#856
- 'Affettuoso; Pipeline, Chapter One/Part Three'#857
- 'Rubato!; Pipeline, Chapter One/Part Four'#858
- 'Go 1; Pipeline, Chapter One/Part Five'#860
- 'Go 3; Pipeline, Chapter Two/Part One'
Religion of Crime (DC)
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